Theodore Roosevelt Inscribes and Signs a Photograph to the President of Cuba
Theodore Roosevelt (1858 – 1919). Twenty-sixth President of the United States. Signed Photograph. 9 ½” x 13 ¼”. Roosevelt inscribes to the newly elected president of Cuba; “To President Jose Miguel Gomez with the high regard and good wishes of his friend, and Cuba’s friend, Theodore Roosevelt, Dec. 9th 1908.” Jose Miguel Gomez was elected in the first free elections in Cuba following the United States’ occupation which lasted from 1906 – 1909. A superb association of the two leaders. Some overall toning and surface defects at top.
Topic: Presidents and First Ladies
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